Thomas Jefferson Papers

To Thomas Jefferson from Robert Gamble, 24 January 1793

From Robert Gamble

Richmond Jany. 24. 1793


Your letter of the 17th. is at hand, by this nights post—and in reply; I inform you, our friend Colo. Bell has not put any money into my hands to be remitted, you, nor has he intimated to me any thing on that subject; Agreeably to your directions, I will forward your letter to me—enclosed to him, and will with pleasure take first oportunity to remit you any payment he may forward to me for that purpose. I am with much Esteem & regard Sir Your mo. ob Hume servt

Ro. Gamble

(Note—my name is Robert Gamble)

RC (DLC); opposite complimentary close: “Honbl. T. Jefferson”; endorsed by TJ as received 1 Feb. 1793 and so recorded in SJL.

In SJL TJ had recorded Gamble’s name as “Richard,” rather than Robert, and had so addressed letters to him.

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